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## Quadratic functions – Khan Academy

Factor quadratics: leading coefficient = 1 Factor quadratics: leading coefficient ≠ 1 Factor differences of squares Factor special products (basic) Factor perfect squares Solve quadratic equations by factoring: leading coefficient = 1 Solve quadratic equations by factoring: leading coefficient ≠ … Continue reading

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Investigate the effect of the three constants on the parabola. Investigate changes to the dilation, horizontal and vertical translation of a parabola.

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## Quadratic Function HTML5 applet – Vertex form

An html5 applet to explore the properties of quadratic functions in vertex form. The parameters a, h and k included in the definition of a quadratic function of the form f(x)=a(x−h)2+k may be changed and therefore the graph of function f explored. We may explore the vertex, the x … Continue reading

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## Applet to Explore Quadratic Functions

An html5 applet to explore the properties of quadratic functions. The parameters a, b and c in included in the definition of a quadratic function of the form f(x)=ax2+bx+c may be changed and therefore the graph of function f explored. http://www.analyzemath.com/quadraticg/quadratic_applet.html

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